We visited Shark Wake Park only a week after it opened. It was a blast and everyone was so nice, kind and patient with our 10 year old. Unbelievable patient!!! He did the Progressive Lesson and it was perfect. He can’t wait to go back. Only complaint was they needed more signs to help us find it. Follow the signs for the “Go Ape” and you’ll be good to go.
Make sure to come back and leave a comment after you go!
Check it out: http://sharkwakepark.com.
Totally second Coccadotts Cake Shop off 501 in Surfside. It is right in front of Target. The cupcakes are amazing. Stop next door at Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt while you are there. My youngest was mesmerized watching them start with liquid and turned it into a solid ice cream using liquid nitrogen.
Read more about the top dessert place at: http://www.myrtlebeach.com/restaurants/top-places-to-get-dessert-in-myrtle-beach
Willbrook Plantation Golf Course
Tee off on one of Myrtle Beach’s many golf courses. Technically challenging and beautiful, the more than 100 greens have been created by world-famous architects and golfers, including Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Robert Trent Jones, and Greg Norman.
Browse the best golf courses in Myrtle Beach: http://www.visitmyrtlebeach.com/things-to-do/golf/
The Travel Channel names Myrtle Beach on of the top 10 beaches on the East Coast. Read more: http://www.travelchannel.com/interests/beaches/photos/best-beaches-on-the-east-coast/page/6